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Taken from my book ‘Get Paid For Who You Are‘
The number one goal of your website, if you wish your contacts to grow robustly, is to capture your visitor’s email address—like getting the phone number of a girl or guy you like, or the card of someone you meet at a conference. Then, through your newsletter, they can get to know you. You might even include personal snippets in addition to the value and advice you offer. Over time, every two weeks, 26 times a year, you can visit their inbox and earn their trust — a much stronger connection than can be achieved in one website visit. This way, you can use your newsletter to turn a 30 second website visit into a life-time relationship.
Your newsletter will help you to:
Be there when people need you
When some people visit your website, they’ll be curious but not ready to buy. If all you have is a website, they’ll satisfy their curiosity and move on. But if they subscribe to your newsletter, chances are your name will be on top of their mind, or your newsletter will hit their Inbox, just when they need you and are ready to take the next step.
When you send out newsletters, your customers do some of your marketing for you by forwarding your newsletters to friends. It’s a referral system that requires no extra effort from you.
Free up your time
One of the big benefits of having a newsletter is that it works while you sleep. When a customer comes to your website and subscribes to your newsletter you won’t even know about it. The same goes for payment. If you charge for your newsletter, payment happens automatically.- you won’t know about it until you see the deposit to your bank account. You can also automate the delivery of your newsletter. If you’re using an “auto responder” you won’t even know your newsletter has gone out except for the influx of sales and money rolling into your bank account.
Cut your costs
Imagine how much it would cost me to mail postcards to 70,000 people in 90 countries or — even crazier — call all of them. I’d have to pay thousands of dollars in printing and shipping, not to mention the “cost” to the trees. But how much does it cost me to send an ezine (internet magazine) to 70,000 people this afternoon? Zero (given I pay a fixed annual cost for the service).
Create an instant market for new products or services
A newsletter database gives you a built-in market for any new product or service you develop. I built my newsletter for three years without having a product to sell. When I developed my first MP3 (a format for compressing audio) product, I told my newsletter subscribers and received $5,000 in sales in 48 hours. It was very exciting!
1) Which reason most resonates with you?
2) If you have a newsletter, what’s it called? Share it with us at the blog.
3) If you don’t have a newsletter, what would be one or two possible topics for your newsletter if you had one? Tell us at the blog.
Love and gratitude,
P.S. You can find ideas on how to set up your own newsletter in 7 days in my book, “Get Paid For Who You Are.”
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